Instead of an environmental dream team, the incoming cabinet picks are shaping up to be a nightmare squad that could have devastating and long-term effects for our region, including damage to air quality, funding to protect Long Island Sound, and protections for healthy drinking water. And the bench just keeps getting deeper and deeper with …
Update: Our application has been granted, and CFE now has formal party status in the application. Read more. CFE Files for Party Status in Killingly Energy Center Application Connecticut Fund for the Environment has formally filed for party status in an application currently before the Connecticut Siting Council. NTE Connecticut, LLC is seeking approval to …
Nationwide, most people aren’t able to put solar panels on their roofs—because they rent, live in an apartment or other multi-family housing, or their roof is too shady or otherwise unsuitable. In Connecticut, about 80% of residents are unable to do rooftop solar.
Murphy, Esty, Malloy, Wyman, Redeker, and Advocates Stand Up for Transportation
Connecticut’s first bus rapid transit system offers convenient, environmentally-friendly service for over 100,000 commuters
The goal is to have 3.3 million zero-emission vehicles on the road by 2025.
Some commentary from our friends at the Conservation Law Foundation about last month’s Supreme Court decision and the Clean Air Act. Be a good neighbor!